Fiji Map - File Information
|Map Name||Fiji Map|
|WEBP Size||0.04 MB|
|PDF Size||0.19 MB|
|JPG Size||0.13 MB|
|PNG Size||0.23 MB|
|No. of Pages in PDF||1|
|Image Height||695 Pixels|
|Image Width||1099 Pixels|
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Fiji Map - Summary
We provide the Fiji Island Country Map in PNG, PDF, WEBP, and JPG formats. To download the Fiji Island country map go with the given link below.
Fiji is an island country located in the South Pacific Ocean, comprised of over 330 islands, of which 110 are permanently possessed. Its two fundamental islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, with the capital city of Suva found on Viti Levu. Fiji encompasses a populace of around 896,000 individuals and its official languages are English, Fijian, and Hindi. The Fijian dollar is the national currency.
Fiji features a wealthy history and culture, with influences from Melanesian, Polynesian, and Indian cultures. The country is known for its staggering common magnificence, with white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush rainforests. Tourism is a major industry in Fiji, with visitors attracted to its world-class resorts and courageous outdoor exercises.
Fiji encompasses a blended economy, with agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing as the main industries. The nation is a part of the Pacific Islands Forum and has close relations with Australia, New Zealand, and other Pacific Island countries. Its instruction and healthcare frameworks are moreover among the most excellent in the region.
Fiji is a parliamentary agent equitable republic, with a President who serves as the head of state and a Prime Minister who serves as the head of government. The Fijian Parliament is called the Parliament of Fiji and is made up of 51 individuals. The country is isolated into four divisions and 14 provinces.
Fiji is additionally known for its commitment to natural preservation and economical improvement. The nation has set yearning targets to decrease greenhouse gas emanations and protect its special environments. Fiji is additionally a pioneer in advancing renewable vitality and has made a critical advance in transitioning to a low-carbon economy.
Fijian culture is characterized by a profound regard for family, community, and convention. The nation includes a wealthy convention of music, dance, and narrating, with famous Fijian specialists including the band “Fiji” and singer Laisa Vulakoro. Fijian food is additionally unique, with dishes like kokoda (a marinated fish dish), lovo (a traditional feast cooked in an underground oven), and cassava (a starchy root vegetable).
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